Springfield medical center makes top 10 most-profitable U.S. hospitals list; CareOregon gets a $730,000 grant for long-term care.
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The utility increase would average $2.07 per month.
The Multnomah County Circuit Court approved the proposal’s ballot language; dismisses challenge from the Portland Business Alliance.
The supermarket chain bought 500,000 gallons of renewable gas to power a fleet of 40 trucks.
Charlie Hales wants to raise Portland’s business tax from 2.2% of net income to 2.5%, which would add $8.7 million to the city’s budget.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS JOURNAL: Oracle is set to acquire the energy software company Opower for $532 million.
After years of anticipation, Crescent Village apartments are almost ready for move-in.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission granted its first batch of licenses to growers; OLCC data shows a budding recreational marijuana industry in Marion and Polk Counties; and more cannabis businesses are planned for Bend.
Marion County Circuit Judge Sean Armstrong denied the state’s request to throw out Oracle’s $25-million lawsuit.